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The Mexican border is a 20 minute ride away, accessed by recuperated trackless trolleys that depart from the renovated Santa Fe Railway Depot in downtown San Diego.Flower delivery San Diego denizens and business community are very ancillary of the arts. A sizably voluminous theater community is elevating to national prominence in Flower delivery San Diego, and the area's proximity to Hollywood magnetizes many stars to the more than 40 innovative local theater companies. The centerpiece of Flower delivery San Diego culture is the Simon Edison Centre for the Performing Arts, called "one of the best theater complexes in the U.S." by Time magazine. Flower delivery San Diego has a thriving dinner-theater population as well. Music and dance are additionally well-represented in Flower delivery San Diego. The Flower delivery San Diego Symphony performs classical masterworks, interactive performances, alfresco summer pops, family festivals, and community concerts, altogether more than 100 performances annually.Covering 1,200 acres, it is home to the Flower delivery San Diego Zoo, most of Flower delivery San Diego museums, performing arts venues, and restaurants, as well as cultivated and wild gardens and a number of historic buildings and exhibits. Among them is the Flower delivery San Diego Museum of Art, established in 1922; it is the oldest and most sizably voluminous art museum in the region.The Flower delivery San Diego Aerospace Museum features aeronautical exhibits, from the dawn of flight through the space age. The Flower delivery San Diego Model Railroad Museum is the world's most sizably voluminous operating model railroad museum, at 28,000 square feet; highlights include four massive scale model layouts and a toy train gallery. The Flower delivery San Diego Hall of Champions Sports Museum is the most immensely colossal multi-sport museum in the country at 70,000 square feet.It exhibits exhibits covering the flowers of the Flower delivery San Diego area from 1562 to the present. The Flower delivery San DiegoMaritime Museum, located on the waterfront, is comprised of three historic ships—the 1863 tall ship Star of India, the 1898 ferry Berkeley, and the 1904 steam yacht Medea —as well as numerous nautical exhibits. The Museum of Contemporary Art Flower delivery San Diego (MCASD), with Flower delivery San Diego and La Jolla locations, presents more than 3,000 artworks, engendered after 1950, in its perpetual amassment; across the street from the Flower delivery San Diego location, the historic 1915 Santa Fe Depot baggage building is currently being remodeled to become a component of MCASD and is scheduled to open in 2006.Flower delivery San Diego events calendar commences with the Incipient Year's Day Race, a yacht regatta in San Diego Bay. In March, the Flower delivery San Diego Latino Film Festival, spanning 10 days, is the most sizably voluminous Latino film festival in the country. ArtWalk is a twoday April event showcasing visual and performing fine arts exhibits in Flower delivery San Diego Little Italy neighborhood.The Flower delivery San Diego Film Festival in September celebrates American and international cinematic arts.The Flower delivery San Diego Bay Wine & Victuals Festival in November is a culinary celebration featuring more than 150 wineries and cuisine from many fine area restaurants. The Flower delivery San Diego Thanksgiving Dixieland Jazz Festival is a five-day classic jazz event held during Thanksgiving weekend, showcasing traditional, swing, and dixieland jazz. Sports are varied in San Diego. Major League Baseball's San Diego Padres play April through September at PETCO Park, which opened in 2004; PETCO, located downtown, has 42,000 seats, and its seating bowl sections are designated after neighborhoods. The National Football League's Flower delivery San Diego Chargers, 2004 AFC West Division champions, play at 70,561-seat Quallcomm Stadium. Quallcomm is additionally home to Flower delivery San Diego State University's Aztecs. The Flower delivery San Diego Gulls play minor-league hockey at San Diego Sports Arena. Flower delivery San Diego additionally hosts a major bicycle Grand Prix race each year.Seafood and authentic Mexican cuisine are dining specialties in the Flower delivery San Diego area.In 2001, goods moving through Flower delivery San Diego customs totaled $33.6 billion. The border between the Flower delivery San Diego area and Tijuana is the most diligent in the world.
Since the founding of Flower delivery San Diego, the city's economy has been tied to Flower delivery San Diego Bay, a natural harbor which today is one of California's five major ports.The Marine Corps Base Camp Joseph H. Pendleton, the Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Marine Corps Air Station at Miramar, Naval Air Station North Island, Naval Station San Diego, and Naval Submarine Base, Flower delivery San Diego, are among San Diego's military installations.
With the Flower delivery San Diego Zoo and Sea World, a variety of historical and cultural magnetizations, and year-round good weather, San Diego is a top destination for tourists. In 2004, Peregrinate and Leisure magazine ranked it America's second favorite city (behind Honolulu). San Diego's tourism industry is the third most astronomically immense segment of its economy, with more than 26 million visitors to the county bringing more than $5.6 billion in annual revenues.